Over 250 People Give Netball a Go!
The hugely successful Netball for All program has now finished for the winter. Held over six weeks, the Program encouraged people, from a range of age and ability levels, to learn the skills and basics of netball, before transitioning into a local netball club.
This pathway program is the result of a partnership between Netball WA and Inclusion WA; with Communicare coming on board to support sessions in the South East Corridor area.
The program went off with a bang, with two returning centres (Wanneroo and Southern Districts) as well three new ones (Belmont, Noranda and Rockingham Districts) getting involved.
Additionally there was some exiting developments at the Wanneroo site with Carine Netball Club taking ownership of the program; a first for Netball for All.
The Program caters for a range of age levels – from 5 – 12, 13 - 17 and 17+ so that anyone could get involved.
All participants are now encouraged to take the next step and join a local club; and with access to information and the opportunity to meet Club and Association representatives, we hope this will be an easy transition.
Netball WA and Inclusion WA are excited by what the future holds for Netball for All and are looking forward to continuing work on the program.
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